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anthony mackie. sebastian stan. and paul rudd. plus music from white denim. with cleto and the cletones. and now, look -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for watching. thank you for coming. welcome to hollywood. very nice. we're glad to be back. we were away on vacation last week. and you know i'll tell you something, it's a funny thing.
an almost 2-year-old child on a flight with a stopover it seems like a good idea. then you get on the plane and all of a sudden it doesn't seem like vacation at all. it seems more like you're being punished for having unprotected sex. i did have a good week. you know what the best part of the vacation was? not having to check donald trump's twitter every hour of the day. [ cheers and applause ] a nice vacation. a lot happened while we were away including maybe the greatest televised car chase we've seen in los angeles since o.j. on that fx show he hosts. the high-speed chase, if you don't know, the high-speed chase is the number one spectator sport in los angeles. why i'm not sure. i was thinking about it, i think it's because we get a thrill seeing anyone go faster than 12 miles an hour in l.a. traffic. [ cheers and applause ] on thursday afternoon, two men driving this car were allegedly involved in a home burglary. they were in a blue ford mustang.
when it comes to being chased by the police. they did doughnuts on the freeway. they put on quite a show. they even passed right by the front entrance to our theater here in hollywood. that's our block right there. the cops, this is good, you're going to see the cops tried to stop him with those road spikes that they put on the ground? here come the police. they throw the road spikes out. it's like, eeeh. like the beginning of a cyalis commercial. then a tmz bus, they're good at blocking people. a guy threw a hamburger at the bus. so finally these guys, they just -- i guess on their own decided, all right, we've had our fun, it's time to pull over. they pulled over. police weren't there yet so they stopped. they made some phone calls. they hung out. they even posed for selfies with
they basically took their own mugshots. and then the police finally showed up. and they took them directly to vin diesel, who's looking for ideas. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] great entertainment. i have to say, this sort of thing is fascinating to me. this mindset. how can you be so calm when you're being chased by the police? if i'm driving, i even see a police car, i get nervous, i slow down to half the speed limit. and i'm not even up to anything. these guys are doing doughnuts, they're -- they actually had fun. i have to admit i'm almost envious of them. except for the fact that they're in prison right now. they're probably having fun in there too. have while we're on the subject of entertaining criminal activity, this is very strong. this happened at a burger king in coon rapids, minnesota. >> this is youtube video showing the employees of this burger king breaking windows around the
2000 block of north dale boulevard. the windows have since been boarded up. police say a prank caller claiming to be the fire department convinced the employees the restaurant was pressurized and could explode so they needed to break the windows to relieve the pressure. >> jimmy: wow. and they believed it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i really need to talk to the employees from that store. by the way, this is the fifth time this prank has been pulled over the past few months. it happened at two other burger kings in california and oklahoma and a wendy's and a jack in the box in arizona. we could have a serial caller on the loose. smash out all our windows just in case! this is good too. the baristas at starbucks get flack for misspelling our stupid names. but sometimes they can be pretty clever. >> reporter: some order bold roast. others want nonfat no-foam extra-whip latte. one customer wanted a grande white mocha and got more than he
his come read "diabetes here i come." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: good work. well done, everybody. we have a fun show, not as much fun as that but fun, from "captain america: civil war," representing team captain america, chris evans -- [ cheers and applause ] sebastian stan, paul rudd are here. not to be confused with this guy, captain america apparel. he's leading the fight against good hygiene. in the movie which i've seen and is great by the way, captain america fights iron man, which is upsetting. first batman and superman try to kill each other. why are my childhood lunch boxes fighting? tonight team captain america. tomorrow benedict cumberbatch will share the never before seen trailer from "dr. strange."
"agents of shield." wednesday we'll have team iron man, robert downey jr. and more. [ cheers and applause ] on thursday chris hemsworth aka thor will be here. [ cheers and applause ] this is the rare week where there are more superheroes inside our studio than there are out on the street. thank you for that. so meanwhile, this primary election process is still going on. bernie sanders is on a hot streak. his oatmeal is a-bubbling. he's won eight of the last nine states. and some experts are saying if this momentum continues, it is possible that bernie sanders might lose to hillary clinton by slightly less. the next big primary is next week in new york. the polls have trump and clinton leading by wide margins in new york. donald trump's very upset lately about the election or lack of an election in colorado. colorado, they don't have a primary or a caucus because
[ laughter ] so instead they have this month-long process of local meetings where they just meet and choose the delegates. somehow ted cruz made a clean sweep, he got all of them. so trump criticized the process and the cruz campaign for he said he bribed the delegates with goodies like free trips. trump says the republican party is trying to slow his momentum by using what he called crooked shenanigans, which are the worst kind of shenanigans. he tweeted this. the people of colorado had their vote taken away from them by the phoney politicians. biggest story in politics. this will not be allowed. why do i have a feeling if donald trump doesn't win he's going to sue all of us? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] we'll be homeless. meanwhile, it seems that trump might not have donated as much to charity as he's claimed he does. according to "the washington post," trump claims he made around 5,000 person aldo nations over the past five years.
they got from him, none of those were personal donations using his own money, and the vast majority of them weren't cash. instead he gave out 2,900 free rounds of golf. 175 hotel stays for free. 165 meals. and 11 spa certificates. so mostly he gave away golf. but you know what, if poor people refuse to eat golf balls, that's their problem as far as i'm concerned. it makes sense. if donald trump gives away all his money, he won't be able to brag about how much money he has then we all lose. [ laughter ] you know, there's some interesting parallels between this presidential election and the movie "captain america: civil war." both of them feature former friends who are now enemies. they both feature powerful men and women who are also cartoon characters. and there's a lot of interest in both. so much so that marvel decided to weave the campaign into a new movie trailer. and it works very well, take a
>> in the summer, an all-american idealist faces off against a diabolical billionaire. >> the american dream is an american nightmare. >> the american dream is dead. >> big money buys the elections. >> i'm really rich. i'll show you that. >> our campaign does not have a super pac. >> i'm in for about $35 million right now. >> can i finish please? >> excuse me -- >> excuse me, i'm talking -- >> bing, bing, bong, bong, bing, bing, bing. >> ha ha ha ha ha ha! >> america: civil war. >> can somebody attack me, please? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back from the break, kanye west has something new to brag about. and our pal yehya gives his
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>> jimmy: welcome back. the team from "captain america" and music from white denim on the way. i want to mention another team, the golden state warriors who are one win away from breaking the nba record for most wins in a single season. [ cheers and applause ] which is impressive. the warriors have won 72 games so far which is almost as many as the lakers have lost this season. they're now tied with michael jordan's '95-'96 chicago bulls who also won 72 games.
played basketball. the warriors play their final game on wednesday against the grizzlies. if they win, history will be theirs. why do i have the feeling jordan is going to come out of retirement to play for the grizzlies on wednesday night? meanwhile, fresh new season of major league baseball is under way. this is from the red sox/blue jays game over the weekend in toronto. red sox won the game but their third base man pablo sandoval had a very rough night. he struck out three times but even worse than that was this. >> sandoval lost his job in the spring and he might have just broke his belt. >> his weight has been a topic of discussion constantly. >> that belt explodes. >> jimmy: maybe don't buy him any more peanuts and crackerjacks. baseball is the best because it's one of the only sports where you can be genuinely fat
in other pablo-related news, kanye west's latest album "the life of pablo" will premiere at number one on the billboard chart i think tomorrow. i kind of forgot kanye made music. to me he's primarily a guy who tweets in all caps all the time. the album is doing very well on apple music. although remember a few months ago when kanye tweeted this? he wrote, my album will never never never be on apple. and it will never be for sale. you can only get it on tidal. and now it's on apple and it's for sale. see? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: i tell kids this is never never say never never never. congratulations to kanye. just goes to show if you work hard and you believe in yourself way way way too much you can do anything. i mentioned captain america and his super cohorts are here with us tonight -- [ cheers and applause ] guillermo, you get to relax.
>> guillermo: spend time with my family. >> jimmy: you say that every time, you never go anywhere. >> guillermo: i on go on vacation when we have two weeks off. >> jimmy: why, ten days is not enough for you to vacate? >> guillermo: no, i need more >> jimmy: did you have any fun over the break? >> guillermo: yeah, spent time with my son. >> jimmy: why do you seem sad right now? >> guillermo: i'm sober. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: come here. are you okay? >> guillermo: yeah, i'm okay. >> jimmy: i don't like you like this. >> guillermo: no, on the break i'll go have a drink. >> jimmy: yeah, please. you know what, just go right now and have a drink. >> guillermo: all right, i'll go. >> jimmy: then come back, okay? >> guillermo: all right. >> jimmy: i'm so sorry. i didn't know he was sick. anyway, "captain america: civil war" is one of the most
doesn't come out until may 6th. for a taste to come our resident celebrity expert and super-fan yehya, he loves watching movies then talking about them, sometimes he doesn't watch the movie, he just talks about them. here he is talking about "captain america: civil war." >> hi, it's me, yehya. i talk about the movie behind me. "captain american." that's captain american between iron man and captain american. and he try like stop him. i tell robot danny junyon, i.r. man is good actor, he do movie, charlie shaplin and other american chris -- kevin? crescent kevinness? the other actor's name, scara jim hamson.
of man, small man like ball run is good actor, is in that movie. his name is not here, i don't see it. is in that movie too. >> all right, i've run out of patience. >> i can do this all day. >> actually captain american and civil war. you know the war, like american with england, american with india, fighting like the cowboy, jean way, and george washington for the president and england, you win civil war i think in 1948. and it's called captain american, it's coming soon. like -- management ex -- me? next mayo? >> thank you, yehya. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show we have music from white denim and
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>> jimmy: the cast of "captain america: civil war." falcon, winter, seasonal, and ant man. from austin, texas, this is their new album, "stiff white denim" from the samsung stage. tomorrow night -- this model was hospitalized. benedict cumberbatch will be promoting the trailer for "dr. strange." the world premiere katie couric will join us, she's not a
deftones. the team iron man, don cheadle, robert downey jr., paul bettany, and chris hemsworth the god of thunder will be with us as well. as will abbi and ilana this nation has known many great captains such as kirk, crunch, kangaroo. none could beat our next guest, shield in hand in "captain america: civil war." please say hello to chris evans! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: good to see you.
i saw the movie and it's really great. >> you liked it? >> jimmy: even by high marvel standards. you've seen it? >> i have seen it, i liked it too. >> jimmy: do you ever find yourself in the situation where you have to ask people to come see a movie that you don't like? >> well, yeah. yeah. i mean -- you can look at my imdb page to know what's happened. not to insult any past -- but yeah, i've had films in my past where you've got to get colorful with your methods of promotion. >> jimmy: what do you do? what do you say? >> what do they ask? what can fans expect from this movie? well, it's -- it's a lot of fun. you know. popcorn tastes great, doesn't it? you can talk about that. i don't know. >> jimmy: this one you don't have to do that. the world premiere's tomorrow night? >> yeah, it is. >> will you take anybody with you? >> normally i do my family. the last couple of films my whole mother's side of the
whole father's side of the family for one premiere -- >> jimmy: that's a nightmare, right? >> it's a lot. i got great family but they're all enthusiastic, excited, huge family. for this one i said, i'm going to bring it back a little bit to home base. so i invited a few people who over the years have kind of done things for me. so i'm inviting a few patriots players. >> jimmy: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> i don't know if we have patriots fans in the house. >> jimmy: which players are coming with you? >> i hope they come now if i say -- i think julian edelman's going to come. >> jimmy: oh, he's a character. >> i think danny amendola might show up. >> jimmy: uh-huh. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, should be fun. >> jimmy: no rob gronkowski? was he invited? >> i did invite him. he couldn't -- i don't know if he could make it. i actually didn't hear back. you know what, gronk? i'm putting that on you, i didn't hear back. >> jimmy: i don't know if he can sit still through a whole movie. >> i can't believe i just started a beef with gronk. >> jimmy: did they invite --
>> jimmy: did they invite you, the patriots, to super bowl games? >> i've gone to a few things with robert kraft who's one of the best guys ever. also couldn't make the premiere. he's been so wonderful. >> jimmy: the owner of the team? >> he is. have you hung out in the locker it's like to be part of the team? >> sounds strange, but yeah. i get the giggles. but yeah, after a few games we have gone back. you feel very out of place. know what i mean? >> jimmy: yeah. >> you feel like you're the 12-year-old dork. i don't play sports! i do plays! yeah, yeah, it's kind of overwhelming. >> jimmy: i know a lot of guys from boston. and i will say i've never seen anything with any athlete like the pure almost sexual worship of tom brady. >> it's a lot. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's a lot. it's a real thing. >> jimmy: did you try to shower with him? >> well -- don't notice me!
>> jimmy: you've never met him? >> i've never met hybl officially. >> jimmy: oh my god. >> he was in the locker room -- >> jimmy: yeah, he works there. [ laughter ] >> you know -- you want it to happen organically. i don't want anyone to force me into it. you know. you do you. just keep winning super bowls. if we meet, we meet. >> jimmy: what would be an ideal scenario for you meeting tom brady? >> maybe a nice walk on the beach, i don't know. whatever he's into. [ cheers and applause ] yeah it's tough. when you see him you're like, man, you are the reason that patriots get to say what we get to say to anyone who doesn't like us. but yeah, you never want to -- i don't know. it's like i said -- >> jimmy: you are actually like a little -- >> ah! yeah, you just -- i don't want him to think i'm not cool. >> jimmy: yeah, no. oh, no. listen, how cool could he be? he's wearing uggs for god's sake.
uggs are comfortable. i don't care, i don't care. i know, i get a lot of that crap from other people. >> jimmy: captain america in uggs? that would be quite a sight. >> they're comfy. >> jimmy: how many times have you played captain america? >> five, is seven? maybe five. >> jimmy: you were initially reluctant to be captain america? >> yeah, i was scared. at first it was -- you know, at first it was some nine-picture contract. you know, i -- there are parts of me that have a little bit of social anxiety with this industry. doing movies one at a time, if all of a sudden you decide you don't want to do them anymore, you're afforded the opportunity to take a step back and recalibrate. when you have a giant contract, all of a sudden you're not responding well, too bad. you've not to suit up again. that was scary. >> jimmy: why did you decide to do it, ultimately? >> well -- it kept coming back my way. i said no a few times, it kept coming back. i talked to a few people in my life, family and friends. you know, it just started to kind of make sense that i was saying no out of fear, really. you can't do anything out of
experience fear, no. >> you can't be doing something because you're scared. it ended up clicking to me in the way of looking at it as, whatever you're scared of, push yourself into it. >> jimmy: so you ar hero in real life as well what is you're telling us. [ cheers and applause ] >> basically. i'm a hero. look, i'm just human, guys. >> jimmy: so we're going to take a break then we'll bring out your team. >> all right, all right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: chris evans is here. we'll be right back with anthony mackie, sebastian stan, and paul rudd! [ cheers and applause ] honey, did you call the insurance company? not yet, i'm... folding the laundry! can you? no... cleaning the windows! the living room's a disaster! (vo) most insurance companies give you every reason to avoid them. plants need planting! well the leaves aren't going to rake themselves!
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>> four. >> that is "captain america: civil war." we are back with chris evans. should we bring out the guys? >> let's do it. >> jimmy: here they are. anthony mackie, sebastian stan, and paul rudd, come on out, fellows! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. >> man! >> jimmy: look at this, wow. so much heroism here. so many great -- are you guys like -- and i know the answers, yes, you did hang out together. but was it all business? or did you become a real -- well, paul, this was your introduction. you guys have each been in a
movies, 2 and 3. did they accept you as part of the team? >> well, they accepted me. they're all very nice. you guys were great. i felt a little bit though like -- >> uh! >> you know, almost like they were a fraternity and i was like -- i was like flounder in "animal house." you guys playing cards? >> that's why we were going to trade him for scarlett johansson. >> he's on the trading building. >> jimmy: you weren't able to work that out? >> no. they were very nice. but i did -- you know. it's intimidating. >> jimmy: did you go out together and like hang out? >> no. no. >> we -- i mean, you know. we went out. >> great.
>> you said after the show -- >> "it's late, man, we have a premiere." >> jimmy: who's the leader of the group here? is it you because you are captain america? >> in what regard? in terms of being on set? >> jimmy: being the lead dog really in general. >> well. >> oh. >> hey. >> don't you do it. it's chris, it's chris. chris is the guy that takes control of everything. >> jimmy: is it really? >> if we're working, maybe. when they call wrap. everyone's trying to have a good time. it might be blue suit over here. >> there's a few types we were trying to get through a scene before he showed up. we got to get this done before anthony gets here. >> jimmy: disruptive on set? >> there's a 10% drop in productivity when mackie's on set. >> jimmy: 10% seems reasonable. >> yeah! >> a 10% increase in fun.
[ cheers and applause ] >> see, see, see? >> jimmy: and did those wings that you wear -- are there props on you? or is it entirely cgi? >> they have these little three-foot wings that makes me look like a pigeon. you know, we shoot it and they're like, light check! and i have to stand there with these little wings. you know, for all the hunters, i look like a quail. didn't think a brother knew about that, huh? [ laughter ] >> i'm about my pheasant, homie, i'm about my pheasant. >> jimmy: sebastian, the arm, the metal arm. is that a real metal arm? >> no, it's not. >> jimmy: it is not? >> it contains a lot of lube only anthony seems to notice -- >> jimmy: what do you mean it has lube? >> i've got to get in there, right? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> wow, wow. >> i guess one way or another. >> what up, guillermo? >> guillermo: how you doing?
out here with no shirt. >> that is the luis guzman of talk shows. >> guillermo? >> jimmy: he said you're the luis guzman of talk shows. >> guillermo: thank you very much. >> jimmy: he's very drunk. he'd like to be in the avengers if there's a spot. >> no, no. >> jimmy: not at all? >> no. >> i had 12 inappropriate jokes. >> exactly. no. >> jimmy: do children go crazy when they see you guys, knowing -- do they recognize you instantly and know that you're heroes? >> i think kids have a keen awareness. full beard, sunglasses, hat, kids will still clock you. it's nice though. that's what these movies are for, in my opinion. there's purity when a kid recognizes you and gets excited. >> jimmy: paul, you have two kids, are they excited? >> yeah, they are. it's kind of the first thing i've ever done that they know about. [ laughter ] >> that they can see and their friends know about.
who's 6 in her kindergarten class for like the parents. the parents come in, they talk to the kids about what they do. they just all kept -- i know them all, i go to their school. they just kept calling me ant-man, asking me questions about it. >> jimmy: was there a father who had to talk about what he does after you talked about what you do? >> probably. >> jimmy: you left, probably for the best. >> the problem isn't the kids, the problem is the parents. you know? because parents are like, go take a picture with him! the kid's like, i don't know who that is. you know? it's always weird. you get some grown man coming up to you. i'm like, don't touch my sweet spot. know what i mean? my sweet spot is reserved. >> jimmy: what do you mean? >> your sweet spot. a dude come up to you and do this. don't touch my sweet spot! see what i mean? don't put your hands on the small of my back, don't do it. >> you made a good point. it's accurate. >> jimmy: i didn't know that was the sweet spot. >> it is a sweet spot.
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how about our other recruit? >> he's raring to go. got a little bit of coffee in him. he should be good. >> what time zone is this? >> come on. come on. >> captain america! >> mr. lang. >> it's an honor. i'm shaking your hand too long. wow, this is awesome. captain america. i know you too, you're great. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: paul rudd, chris evans, anthony mackie, antonio daniels stan, the movie is "captain america: civil war." you know, we were talking a little bit about your various interactions, you've worked together.
this? >> five, six months. >> five months. >> jimmy: that's a good chunk of time to spend with people. i want to find out who's really paying attention to the lives of his castmates. i'm going to ask a couple of questions. first one will be about chris evans -- >> oh, boy. >> jimmy: any of you, the three of you, if you know the answer, jump in. i want to see if you know. chris has memorized the lyrics to the songs of what disney musical? >> "frozen." >> jimmy: no. this is supposed to be based on some kind of -- do none of you know this? this is a great thing. >> "aladdin." >> jimmy: no. >> "little mermaid." >> jimmy: well, as a matter of fact, it is "little mermaid." [ cheers and applause ] >> he be fast, that's like five movies you could have named that would have worked. >> jimmy: really? >> "aladdin" wasn't untrue. >> jimmy: okay, all right. >> paul, you sang "frozen" all the time.
rudd was shortened from what? >> ruddabar? >> ruddminsky? >> dicaprio? >> great great great grandfather shortened it from -- do i have to say it? ruddnitsky. >> jimmy: ruddnitski, all right. [ cheers and applause ] anthony mackie made his feature film debut as papa doc in what movie? sebastian, in addition to english, what language does sebastian speak? >> romanian. >> jimmy: is that right, paul. [ cheers and applause ] >> we almost connected in new york together. i saw him on the street with his kids but i was on the phone with my therapist. >> jimmy: what? what do you mean? >> i couldn't really stop to say hi. >> we were almost there.
the street, i was going to say hi but i was on the phone with my -- >> jimmy: you walk around talking to your therapist? >> i got to pace, i got to get it out. >> jimmy: that's a good tip for any paparazzi following you in new york. >> that's it. >> jimmy: you'll learn inside information. i want to show you one other thing, we're almost out of time. i don't know if you've seen these, your action figures. >> i'm the black guy. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: sebastian's. >> nice. >> looks really like you. >> jimmy: there's captain america. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and here's ant-man. ant-man comes in a little wallet. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is, warning, choking hazard. congratulations, paul. >> playing cards. >> jimmy: you're a choking hazard. thanks for being here.
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank all of these guys for being here, and also apologize for matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next but about first, this is their new album "stiff." here with the song "ha-ha ha-ha yeah," white denim! from the moment we met you could see that i was filled with desire hardly one thing in common ooh baby but our love
birds are to sing i wouldn't ask you to change one thing so be yourself try to have a good time be yourself try to have a ha ha ha ha yeah ha ha ha ha yeah ha ha ha ha yeah ha ha ha ha yeah it ain't always fun and games but baby baby i get that feeling as my name moves across your lips you'll see a grown man reeling you know the way that you act with such tact has got me reaching for the ceiling you're the one to whom i always turn when i'm having trouble dealing i'm wanting you like the desert
i'm wanting you and the whole kitchen sink so be yourself and try to have a good time be yourself try to have a good time oh be yourself ha ha ha ha yeah ha ha ha ha yeah ha ha ha ha yeah ha ha ha ha yeah ha ha ha ha yeah ha ha ha ha yeah i need you i need you i need you and there's nothing you can do about it i'll spend many nights away and lots of days to get on stage and shout about it may be a rambling man but i can can be your one if you allow it you're a mystery